When he was overpowered by these fits, the debtor often turned it for him.
She had nothing to reproach him with; on the contrary, she felt she was his debtor.
We have paid our debts; we have become a creditor rather than a debtor nation.
No man lives in freedom anywhere on earth who is not his debtor and his follower.
But Blake was playing for a fortune, for shelter from a debtor's prison.
I had been told that the goods were not the debtor's, but belonged to someone else.
The cow, they said, was a neighbour's, who had 'lent' it to my debtor.
Such a person is more likely to be a creditor than a debtor to society.
Is he your debtor for what he ought, but never means, to pay?
"A credit to his parents, but a debtor to his tailor," broke in a third.